Monument Valley students complete service project
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Having the determination to finish their project was the ultimate goal for Monument Valley High School students Nolten Bowsley, Colin Crank, Ethan Black and Clement Holiday.

Members of Family Careers and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), they took on the responsibility to renovate the community cemetery. It was an uphill struggle to obtain finances for the project.

These young men, along with some of their peers and families, joined forces together and made it possible to complete their goal. It’s not a fancy project, but it improved the dilapidated cemetery. The determined young men proved they can make a difference in their community by providing service when no else took the initiative to do it.

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